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“Hand-in-Hand for Benevolence: Tung Wah’s Fundraising Culture and Social Development” Roving Exhibitions
Other Exhibitions /Overcoming Hardships – Charitable Organisations and Hong Kong Social Development Subject Talks /Hand-in-Hand for Benevolence: Tung Wah’s Fundraising Culture and Social Development Roving Exhibitions
This exhibition will look back on the development of TWGHs’ fundraising culture and social development of Hong Kong.
Heritage Fiesta 2021 cum Roving Exhibition - “Revitalisation Projects of Government-Owned Historic Buildings” Roving Exhibition
This roving exhibition unveils some of the selected gems under the Revitalisation Scheme and “Conserving Central” initiative for public’s visit and enjoyment of these historic buildings that stand the times in Hong Kong.
TUNG Chor (1927-2009) was a seasoned Chinese music conductor, composer and critic. He composed and arranged many musical works, as well as conducted various Chinese orchestras and choirs in Hong Kong. He has made remarkable musical achievements in his life time.
The exhibition showcases the music scores, photographs, house programmes, newspaper clipping and trophy. Readers can learn more about his contributions in the field of national Chinese music in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Central Library opened in 2001 and launched the Documents Collection Campaign and Hong Kong Music Collection Campaign in the same year. The two campaigns aim to collect literary documents related to Hong Kong and Mainland China. To mark the Hong Kong Central Library’s 20th anniversary, the exhibition will feature some precious collectibles which aims to give readers a better understanding of the accomplishments of the two campaigns over the years.
Thomas WANG is passionate about music throughout his life. He performed worldwide, including Hong Kong, Asia and Canada, as a violinist and conductor for decades. He was the Assistant Music Administrator (Professional) of the Music Office and the conductor of the Hong Kong Youth Symphony Orchestra for many years. He made remarkable contribution to the music education in Hong Kong.
The exhibition introduces Thomas WANG's life and his music career through displaying the photographs, house programmes and trophies. Readers can find out more about this renowned violinist and conductor.